Month: June 2021

A Coaching Model Created by Michael Rauhut(Executive Coach, Life Transition Coach, UNITED STATES) Introduction Many people experiencing personal or professional transitions are uncertain how to move forward; how to get from where they are to where they want to be. Intimidated or overwhelmed, most rely on whatever got them to their current state.  When this
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A Coaching Model Created by Michaela Calhoun(Career Coach, UNITED  STATES) Introduction Merriam-Webster defines a pivot as “a shaft or pin on which something turns.”When I think of pivot, I see a basketball player on the court.  The player has one foot firmly planted on the court that cannot move but can look in all directions
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The American Institute of Stress was founded in Yonkers, New York in 1978 and moved to Texas in 2012. It is a Texas 501(c)3 nonprofit corporation. Your tax deductible gift allows us to continue helping you along with Service Members, First Responders, and civilians navigate stressful situations to have a happier, more rewarding life.© 2020
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A Coaching Model Created by Evdelina Sooky(Transformational Coach, NETHERLANDS) If we take a  look a history we can see that many nations worldwide having a lot of wise sayings, words, and movements based on believing in good, what you do it will come back to you, etc. So, why is so hard for most people
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A Coaching Model Created by Kotaro Takahashi(Business Coach, UNITED KINGDOM) Finding the purpose of work People are struggling to find the purpose of work in recent years. Especially young millennium professionals, earning a lot of money is not their main purpose. They are constantly seeking purpose in what they do for a living and at
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A Coaching Model Created by Samanjit Seely(Leadership Coach, THAILAND) Introduction After working in the MICE industry for almost 10 years, I felt busy with my works all the time. One day I asked myself, “What value can I do for others?” “What do I want to do?” “Can I do something different and have a
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Boston — Workers who took on extra job duties or became caregivers during the COVID-19 pandemic experienced higher levels of stress and anxiety, negatively impacting their well-being and motivation, results of a recent study show. Researchers from online stress management platform provider meQuilibrium surveyed about 7,000 workers in June 2020 before conducting a follow-up with 7,500 workers
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Rebuilding after a devastating event is an ongoing process and some may experience post-traumatic stress disorder. Here’s what to know about it. Reposted from www.nowtolove.co.nz During this troubling time in our nation, with many people in our communities grief-stricken and struggling, we spoke to two American experts in post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) to understand more
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A Coaching Model Created by Rudy Shukri(Performance Improvement Coach, CANADA) Introduction: My coaching model is based on the infamous SMART methodology of setting objectives. However, it does not focus only on the “what to do”, but also on the journey: the “How to do it”, and the “Why to do it”. Throughout this journey, the
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A Coaching Model Created by Julia Gazizova(Life Coach,  UNITED STATES) I am a big fan of gastronomic pleasures, cooking and anything involved. Naturally, this path intertwined into my coaching model. Please sit down, take a bite and enjoy! Anyone can make a SOUP! I invite you to create your own. All you have to do
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“Learning more about how acute stress and chronic stress affect the brain may help in the development of treatment targets for depression,” says Jessica Cooper, first author of the study and a post-doctoral fellow in Emory’s Department of Psychology. A new study identifies a novel biomarker indicating resilience to chronic stress. This biomarker is largely
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